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Old 06-11-2013, 05:23 PM
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2005 F-350 with 5.4L Gas help!

I -have a 2005 Ford F-350 service truck with a 5.4L 3V gas engine. Truck has 159869 miles,,no codes logged at all. The truck will start and run good for a few seconds then begin to shake around,,if you try to rev it up it begins to run worse,,if you step right on it it goes CHAAAWWWWWWWWWWW CHAAAWWWWWW and will not rev up,,lift off throttle and most cases shuts down. Restart and idles around 7-800 rpmsen ,,if you flip the throttle fast it trys to rev up then CHAAAWWWWWW out intake and will struggle to run. The engine is capable of running good but wont. Truck is undrivable. What the hecks going on here I do not know,,any help greatly apreciated!!! My cells 1-774-406-7289 Thanks Richie
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I had a 2002 F250 5.4. There were only two times that something similar happened to me. Once was after I had taken the air filter out to inspect it. I put it back in and tried starting the truck. It idled rough and then died. I took the air cleaner back out and found a small piece of a leaf stuck to that sensor that is just after the air filter in side the housing (sorry, don't know what it's called). I removed the leaf and it started right up.

The other time was when my fuel pump was going out. It would start and idle rough from time to time then run ok. Then one time it idled rough, died, and wouldn't start again. I had to get it towed back to my shop to change the fuel pump. So maybe check your fuel pressure.
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Old 10-15-2013, 02:48 AM
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Clogged Catalytic Converter, clogged fuel filter, fuel pump going out, ignition coil packs bad.
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check fuel filter, air filter, fuel pump.
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